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From the coastal rain forest to the sea-level lands in Southeastern Alaska, to the rivers that lace across the Western tundra from high lakes to the sea, Alaska can't be surpassed as an ideal destination for the sport fishing enthusiast or outdoor adventurer. The Kanektok River is the place.

Whether you choose The Lower River Base Camp, The Upper River Base Camp or the 90 mile Float Adventure, you'll have a true Alaskan adventure, and you'll catch more fish than you can count. Camps, boats, and each group of guests are flown to designated wilderness areas not accessible by other means, so you see country and fish in waters that few others reach. Each trip is personally supervised by one of us to assure great fishing and reliable service.

The Kanektok River Map

Alaska fly fishing guide to remote wilderness base camps and float trips for leopard rainbow trout, King Salmon, Silver Salmon on the Kanektok (Chosen) and Karluk rivers. The goodnews is that there is no fly-out Lodge traffic within the Togiak National Wildlife refuge on the Kanektok river.



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